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Detroit Metal City, Vol. 6 (Detroit Metal City #6)

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Go to DMC!!; Prepare to have your mortal soul devoured by the demonic Johann Krauser II, front man for Detroit Metal City, the most outrageously hilarious death metal band on the Japanese indie scene!

Reads R to L (Japanese Style). Go to DMC!!; Prepare to have your mortal soul devoured by the demonic Johann Krauser II, front man for Detroit Metal City, the most outrageously
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Paperback, 208 pages
Published September 14th 2010 by VIZ Media LLC (first published August 8th 2008)
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Julie Hayes
If Soichi was scared before because of the increasing violence of the threats by the unknown Krauser I, he is even more terrified now, after he and the President return to the offices of Black & Death Records to discover them ransacked. This is it, he thinks, as he runs away from the scrawled graffiti, he's quitting DMC, finally, the way he's always planned. In fact, he's quitting music entirely!


Soichi receives a message from Aikawa, welcoming him back and telling him she was thinking of him
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Lord
Despite ridiculous reviews this series receives on ANN (the same goes for Berserk), it's one of the best manga series and probably the best comedy manga around. I understand its style of humour is not for everyone, though. But I can't imaging this manga not being loved by someone who enjoys South Park, Lobo, death metal and similar nice things.. ;-)
Kylie
Maybe it was just me but I felt that this volume was pretty dull, disjointed and not up to the usual (sick) standard of the series.
Damian
Really 3.5. They're getting a bit samey at this point, which negates any kind of humour which would otherwise prevail.
Kate
DMC is always good for a giggle.
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